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Sample STE(A)M Truck Resources

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This document provides a high level review of our 20 Day school programming. This example is from our time at Kindezi O4W. 

The 20 day Playbook is our teacher-facing document that lays out all of our programming and provides the teacher with supplemental resources. 

From laser cutting to soldering, this sample lesson plan for a "Big Build" has the students build solar powered bluetooth speakers from scratch.

CGL strategic plan summary 2_7_16

Where are we going from here? This document outlines Community Guilds' past successes and goals for an impactful future. 

 

STE(A)M TRUNK PLAYBOOK

The STE(A)M Truck Playbook holds a selection of our STE(A)M Trunk activities: STEAM-focused 'do-now'/sponge activities that usually start off our day. 

STEM Cert. Continuum

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Interested in becoming STEM Certified? This document outlines STE(A)M Truck's initiatives and their direct alignment to the STEM Certification Continuum.

 
 
 

The Maker Movement

If you'd like to know more about the maker movement, check out some of these links. 

What's Driving the maker movement?

Megan Rose Dickey sits down with Inventables CEO Zach Kaplan to learn about what’s driving the movement and where it’s headed.

The World Is Ours to Make: The Impact of the Maker Movement.

"As machines replace humans for manual and procedural work, education systems around the world need to shift focus from one-way lectures and rote memorization to collaborative, creative problem-solving environments."

THE MAKER MOVEMENT IS TAKING OVER AMERICA. HERE’S HOW.

"Makers are taking over America. But it's nothing to fear; in all likelihood you're a maker too."

 

Why the Maker Movement Is Important to America’s Future.

"I know from history that when you give makers the right tools and inspiration, they have the potential to change the world." - Tim Bajarin, Time Magazine

 

 

Maker Ed: The IMpact of maker education [Video].

 

"If kids can understand the science, engineering, and math principles behind what they're making they can change the world."